Sunday, December 5, 2010

CCEP Debuts on RePEc at 17th in Australia

The Centre for Climate Economics and Policy, which was just recently launched, enters the RePEc ranking for Australian economics institutions at 17th (roughly top 14%). CCEP is a network of researchers working on climate issues directed by Frank Jotzo of the Crawford School at ANU>. We have a working paper series also on RePEc (which I am administering) and a conference/workshop is planned for early next year.

CCEP is equally ranked with the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling at University of Canberra and one place below long-established economics departments including the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics at ANU * and research groups such as that of John Quiggin at U. Queensland.

We also rank 51st in the world for energy economics and 58th for environmental economics.

* Arndt-Corden is now part of the Crawford School at ANU. The other departments ranked 16th are also subdivisions of higher ranked academic units.

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